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Data Protection Leader
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Volume: 15 Issue: 2
(February 2018)

Keywords:
supervisory authority legal reform enforcement

Authors:
tomás arankowsky-tamés

Organisations:
ava

Jurisdictions:
mexico

Mexico: Trends and developments in data protection

Mexico’s Federal Law on the Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties was passed in 2010, creating a regime that the Mexican data protection authority, the National Institute for Transparency Access to Information and Data Protection (‘INAI’), has since been interpreting, developing and enforcing. Tomás Arankowsky-Tamés, Partner at AVA, provides a breakdown of INAI’s work and the main data protection challenges facing Mexico today.

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